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Old 2013-04-26, 06:10   Link #441
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That stare Souma did was beyond epic. Please author, do not screw this up by letting Souma win against senior only by himself...
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Old 2013-04-26, 06:40   Link #442
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Guys, it's the first time he cook for a girl. There's going to be major powerup or development fo Souma.
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Old 2013-04-26, 10:10   Link #443
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Is it just me or is the art getting even better? Souma has never looked as cool as in this chapter. That glare!

Rooting for him to kick that guy's ass, but it's not going to be that easy this time.
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Old 2013-04-26, 16:15   Link #444
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Guys, it's the first time he cook for a girl. There's going to be major powerup or development fo Souma.
Nice catch with that ...I forget about his father words.
Will he unleash the seal for yukihara skills!?
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Old 2013-04-26, 16:17   Link #445
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Guys, it's the first time he cook for a girl. There's going to be major powerup or development fo Souma.
Pretty sure Erina is still the end girl :P
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Old 2013-04-26, 19:37   Link #446
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...well that's tough. She doesn't look like marriagable material. Maybe more like dateable?
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Old 2013-04-26, 19:45   Link #447
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Kind of sad that the alumni chef was made the villain, it seemed like a rather arbitrary change. Then again, the protagonists probably don't mind until it happens to their friends
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Old 2013-04-27, 21:21   Link #448
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Finally read chapter 21 and have to say that I disagree. I believe that the head chef really was a villain in this one.

Megu arrived at the desired result. What the alumnus did was channel scumbag teacher and failed her for not following his command word for word. Others probably failed because the dish is not to standard.

In fact Megu still created the same dish, the only difference is that she cooked the cauliflower differently.

If someone told you to count the apples in 5 crates with each of them having the same number of apples you'd have either choice of adding or multiplying.

What the alumnus did was add each apple individually.

What Megu did was count one crate then multiply by the number of crates.

Same answer right?

Then the alumnus fails her for not adding everything individually. That's the issue here.
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Old 2013-04-27, 23:18   Link #449
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Finally read chapter 21 and have to say that I disagree. I believe that the head chef really was a villain in this one.

Megu arrived at the desired result. What the alumnus did was channel scumbag teacher and failed her for not following his command word for word. Others probably failed because the dish is not to standard.

In fact Megu still created the same dish, the only difference is that she cooked the cauliflower differently.

If someone told you to count the apples in 5 crates with each of them having the same number of apples you'd have either choice of adding or multiplying.

What the alumnus did was add each apple individually.

What Megu did was count one crate then multiply by the number of crates.

Same answer right?

Then the alumnus fails her for not adding everything individually. That's the issue here.
The desired result was the recipe that the examiner provided without any alterations. Besides, the purpose of the test was to filter out those who weren't assertive or proactive enough like how the previous test was to test your creativity. Megu failed the test plain and simple.
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Old 2013-04-27, 23:49   Link #450
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Then the very concept of the test itself is flawed. This indicates they are raising chefs who cannot cook with substandard ingredients, narrow-minded, and have no adaptability when things go wrong in the kitchen which it normally does in large scale star rated restaurants.
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Old 2013-04-28, 00:00   Link #451
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No the desired result was for someone to choose the correct ingredients and cook the desired recipe. It never was about who is proactive and who isnt. In fact not all the chefs are proactive and it is the diference in personality and tastes that sometimes creates one of the most wonderfull tastes that have ever existed.

The head chef didnt prepare enough good ingredients for all the students so she choose to work with what she had, and made the most of the situation, if he treats them as workers then she definitely passes the exam. If he treats them as students then maybe there are grounds for what you said, but he even expressely said youre fired. At the very least there are not enough grounds to outright dismiss her like he has done.
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Old 2013-04-28, 00:20   Link #452
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He deliberately included spoiled ingredients, it wasn't a mistake that he made. From that, you can see that the ones who move the fastest are going to get the good ingredients and those who take their time are bound for failure. It's pretty obvious what the examiner was trying to do with the test.
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Old 2013-04-28, 01:39   Link #453
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Which is a pretty stupid thing to do if that examiner works in restaurant as a manager. If the client complained that the food taste different (although maybe it's still good) the one who'll take the brunt wouldn't be the chef since it's the managers fault for not providing fresh ingredients.

Also what's the point in purposefully trying to cut more students anyway? It's not like there's a cap limit for the graduates or something. He's just being plain asshole without valid reasons in doing it.
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Old 2013-04-28, 02:12   Link #454
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that's why I said the logic of the test is wrong. As a chef, you can't just limit yourself to wanting the freshest of the freshest. There's nothing wrong with incorporating that spirit but not to commend the capacity to work around setbacks is a flaw. It's like he made the test with the intention that someone must fail. This does not promote how to be a chef, this just promotes how to be a jerk.
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Old 2013-04-28, 02:19   Link #455
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As a I said before he is treating them as workers, and in this case she definitely qualifies.

And besides in an exam of school whether you are proactive or not does not matter, it matters your knowledge and abilities. And if he is going to make this an exam of school youre going to at least make sure there are enough ingredients for every person in the room.
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Old 2013-04-28, 02:32   Link #456
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Maybe it would become a handicap match. Souma/Megumi vs French-wannabe with time restriction. That way Souma/Megumi would have an advantage and it wont be weird if they win.
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Old 2013-04-28, 03:27   Link #457
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i'm the only one who think will not be weird if souma win? he is cooking since he was a child (10 years or more of experience) and was being tutored by his father that is one of best chefs in the entire world, i understand that the sempai is a good chef too but , just because Souma is not graduate does not mean that the sempai is superior in anyway ,for what i read Souma is already a chef and the school is just for him to gain experience to become a chef in the same level of his father.
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Old 2013-04-28, 04:14   Link #458
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The desired result was the recipe that the examiner provided without any alterations. Besides, the purpose of the test was to filter out those who weren't assertive or proactive enough like how the previous test was to test your creativity. Megu failed the test plain and simple.
Megumi still finished her recipe in the time allotted using the same ingredients. That shows plenty of assertiveness. They're not supermarket grocery shoppers. They're chefs.

Had Megumi panicked and created a bad meal, then the aluminus chef would have been justified in expelling her.
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Old 2013-04-28, 05:04   Link #459
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TBF technically he wanted a very specific taste from the dish which can only be obtained via fresh ingredients. And lets be honest when your applying for a job, university or even some school and everyone has he same academic level and overall proficiency your gonna end up filtering out people for arbitary reasons as everyone obviously can't get a place. Though in this case it does show she has ingenuity but does she actually have to go to that school, it's not like it's impossible for her to be a great chef without it.

Though it doesn't seem like there's much of reason to limit the space in that school outside of it's part of there prestige that only very few make it in the first place.
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Old 2013-04-28, 05:19   Link #460
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Then you're making a case where it's wrong to improve upon something instead of copying the presented work as is. Surely that's the case in some places but what is the logic behind it? The incapability to take orders even though the orders themselves were flawed to begin with?
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